Meghan Markle may give birth on Valentine’s Day.

The odds of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex welcoming their firstborn next month has been slashed. February has become the new favorite for Markle’s due date. This comes after Markle was asked if she’s excited to welcome her baby and she answered, “We’re nearly there.”

“Judging by the latest pictures of Meghan Markle, it looks as if her and Prince Harry’s first baby may not be too far away,” Betway’s Alan Alger said. “In fact, we think it could be next month with February the favorite at 7/4, ahead of March at 9/4 and April at 5/2.”

According to Bookies, there’s a chance that the big day could fall fall on Feb. 14. The odds suggest a low probability for this day, but it’s still possible.

“There are a number of notable days during the next few months and while it’s unlikely the birth will fall on any of them, Valentine’s Day at 25/1 isn’t totally discounted,” Alger added.

When Kensington Palace announced that Prince Harry and Markle were expecting their baby, it didn’t reveal how far along the former “Suits” star was in her pregnancy. They just announced that the baby will arrive in spring 2019.

The spring in the U.K. starts on March 20 and ends on June 21. Initially, many were convinced that the royal baby is coming in April with odds 6/4. In fact, others thought that the baby will share a birthday with some other royals. However, as Markle nears her due date, the betting odds have changed. Some punters are convinced that the baby will arrive in March.

According to Jane Mayhead, senior trichology consultant at The Private Clinic of Harley Street, Markle could be six months along based on her appearance. The expert noticed that Prince Harry’s wife has thicker locks.

Mayhead explained that pregnant women usually experience this on the six-month mark of their pregnancy. This is due to the changes in the hormones that cause the growth cycle of the hair to increase. As a result, the hair is less frequently renewed and replaced.